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Stephen Barneby (#47157980)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my family genealogy since I was in grade school. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.

I am retired from both the Army and the Diplomatic Service. My wife and I split our time between Phoenixville, Pennsylvania and Jarbidge, Nevada.

You are welcome to use any information, including photos, that I have posted on Findagrave.
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Marcia Peura
Bernard Ellis "Ben" Kuhl
F-A-G Memorial #175459252

Stephen...

Thank you for your interesting email. My great-grandmother and Minnie Nelson's father were half-siblings and share the same grandmother. I took over the memorial from another researcher and never bothered changing Minnie's name. I have changed it now. Before posting Ben Kuhl as Minnie's third husband, I need to have some sort of documentation. If you could send me the source information and perhaps scan the court record showing "Minnie E.," "1059 East 3d Street in Salt Lake City," and "son named George," I would be very grateful. I had been in touch with Minnie's son, who never mentioned Ben Kuhl. I don't doubt your information; I would just feel more comfortable with a source citation. You can reach me at the following email address.

Thank you for your consideration!
Marcia
ibis60268@mypacks.net
Added by Marcia Peura on Jan 19, 2017 12:06 PM
Michael Hague
RE: Rebecca Cornelius
Steve, Rinearson & Rebecca Cornelius both have been deleted. Thanks... Michael
Added by Michael Hague on Jan 13, 2017 1:03 PM
Michael Hague
RE: Rinearson Cornelius (#132319365)
Steve, I also could not find anything for Rinearson. You will need to transfer Rinearson back to me so the memorial can be deleted. Thanks... Michael
Added by Michael Hague on Jan 12, 2017 8:17 PM
lest1001
John Pullman # 144754787
This is in response to the edit you sent me for John Pullman, buried in Jarbidge. Doing further research on John, and as you apparently know, John was actually buried in Salt Lake City. This being the case, there seems to be no reason to edit his memorial in Jarbidge. I will delete it. I did find and add an obit to his memorial in SLC.

Larry (lest1001)
Added by lest1001 on Jan 02, 2017 11:46 AM
Tim Allen
John Pullman, #161413469
Go ahead and use the photo on your family tree. Thanks for asking.

Tim
Added by Tim Allen on Jan 02, 2017 7:46 AM
Thomas Odell
RE: Perkins
Stephen;

I just printed out the clipping Of William Perkins and his cabin. It was great and very readable. Thanks very much.
Hope you have a great Holiday season.

Tom
Added by Thomas Odell on Dec 19, 2016 3:31 PM
Mr. Shirl Ferre
RE: Winthrop Ward Fisk #41836219
Yes, you have my permission to use the headstone photo I have placed on his memorial. Thanks, for asking. Shirl
Added by Mr. Shirl Ferre on Dec 15, 2016 11:03 AM
Jim Davenport
RE: Frank Hallett Winter #22533125
Yes, Stephen, you certainly have my permission to use his gravestone photo for that purpose.

Jim Davenport
Added by Jim Davenport on Dec 09, 2016 8:43 AM
Thomas Odell
RE: Perkins
Stephen;

Did I mention that my Grandfather (Jesse Perkins) told me about the cabin and landslide when I was a young boy? He was full of history. He also told me that he was named after Jesse James, as the James family were close friends and that Jesse was never killed by Bob Ford, even though he was born in 1883 and Jesse was supposed to have been killed in 1882. He said that he saw both Frank and Jesse when he was about 5 years old, as they lived near them.
My father told me that he often wondered if he was telling the truth with all of his stories, but when he checked them out, he never found an error. He was quite a character with a great memory. When my Grandmother sent him to the store, he never took a list and always got everything o.k.

Tom Odell
Added by Thomas Odell on Dec 06, 2016 1:01 PM
Thomas Odell
RE: Perkins
Yes, but it was very blurry. It was readable, but is there another way that I can get a clearer copy for my collection? I'm not on ancestry.com.

Also, I mentioned that Alice M. Perkins was raised as a Perkins with Thomas in the 1860 census. Do you suppose that she was adopted, and that is why they married? She was about 2 years older that he was in both the census and burial information. This is all very interesting.

Tom
Added by Thomas Odell on Dec 06, 2016 12:48 PM
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